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UNM Geographic Journal
ISSN : 25809423     EISSN : 25974076     DOI : 10.26858
Core Subject : Science,
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Articles 97 Documents
The Effect of Student Perception of Teacher Professional Competency On The Result of Geography Learning Class XI Social Science Student’s SMA 12 Sinjai Nyompa, Sukri; Suprapta, Suprapta; Wahyuni, Sri; Azhim, Muhamad Ihsan
UNM Geographic Journal Volume 1 Nomor 2 Maret 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (882.776 KB) | DOI: 10.26858/ugj.v1i2.6597

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This research aims to find out: 1 Perceptions of student competency) professional teachers; 2) student learning outcomes; 3) influence the perceptions of students on the professional competence of teachers towards learning outcomes students. This research is the research of ex post facto. Free variables i.e. perception of students on the professional competence of teachers and variable is the result of student learning. Student population of Class XI IPS amounted to 49 students, samples taken 100% is 49 students. The collection of data through observation, question form and the documentation value of Deuteronomy daily student. Data analysis using descriptive analysis and inferensial correlation coefficients of determination of Moment, Product, test data, test the normality and simple linear regression linearity. The results showed that: 1) perceptions of students on the professional competence of teachers having an average score of 3.13 percentage with 78.25% higher categories include; student learning outcome 2) has an average of 3.18 with a percentage of 79.5% categories include enough; 3) inferensial analysis results obtained r_hitung (0.511) greater than r_tabel (0,281) with 5% error level. It can be concluded that the perceptions of students on professional competence teachers influential significantly to student learning outcomes of 26.1% and regression equation Ỷ = 55.639 + 0.476 X can be used in prediction of the level of perception of students on professional competence teachers learn if the result is raised or lowered.
Characteristic of traditional market and spilled markets in Sungguminasa District and Surrounding. Husain, Lidia; Baharuddin, Ichsan Invanni; Zhiddiq, Sulaiman; Musyawarah, Rahma
UNM Geographic Journal Volume 1 Nomor 2 Maret 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (34.675 KB) | DOI: 10.26858/ugj.v1i2.6725

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This study aims to: 1) To determine the condition of traditional market located in Sungguminasa and surrounding areas. 2) To determine the distribution of goods in these markets. 3) To determine the extent of the impact of the presence of adjacent markets in the region. The population in this study are all traders in Mamminasamaupa Market, Central Market Sungguminasa, Pallangga Markets, Markets and Market Kalegowa Panciro totaling about 1,070 traders. Sample drawn from the population as 107 traders with simple random sampling technique and the accidental sampling technique sampling haphazard manner until the desired data is met. The results showed that the location and condition of Sungguminasa Central Market, Market Mamminasamaupa, Pallangga Markets, Markets and Market Kalegowa Panciro shows the interaction between layout and layout layout residential market. The number of visitors in the market due to the inexpensive price karenya traded goods, especially vegetables. Distribution of goods originating from Gowa district and other districts in South Sulawesi. Some even come from outside the province of South Sulawesi. Negative impacts such as traffic congestion and litter are not organized regularly.
The Potential Development of Rammang – Rammang Karst Landscape As An Ecotourism In Maros Regency Hatibu, Hardiyanti; Hanafie Prasad, Abdul Hallaf; Baharuddin, Ichsan Invanni; Nurfadilah, Nurfadilah; Azhim, Muhamad Ihsan
UNM Geographic Journal Volume 1 Nomor 2 Maret 2018
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This research aims: 1) To know the aspects that support the development of land areas Rammang-rammang Karst Landscape as a tourist area. 2) To find the object that has the potential to be developed in Rammang-rammang karst landscapes. 3) To know the steps taken in the development of ecotourism in the Rammang-rammang karst landscape. Objects in this study are tourists and the public. The data presented in the form of primary data taken from questionnaires " The potential development of  Rammang-rammang  karst  landscape as  an ecotourism in Salenrang  village  Bontoa district   Maros  regency ". Decision informant taken by using accidental sampling and snowball sampling technique. Analysis of the data used is descriptive qualitative analysis and SWOT analysis. The results showed that straregi corresponding development in the karst landscape of business development Rammang-rammang as ecotourism is a strategy Strength - Opportunities. Conclusion Among other aspects that support the development of land areas Rammang-rammang Karst Landscape as ecotourism, namely topography, land use, flora and fauna, the presence of water and rainfall, community activities, job type visitor / tourist, infrastructure and programs government. The object that has the potential to be developed in Rammang-rammang karst landscapes include Stone Forest, Bulu Barakka Cave, Acient  Cave, Bidadari lake, Pute river and Berua Village.
Numbered Heads Together (NHT) of Cooperative Model for Improving Student’s Geography Study Result in X2 Class SMA NEGERI 2 Watangsoppeng Hariana, Hilda Cahyani; Zhiddiq, Sulaiman; Baharuddin, Ichsan Invanni
UNM Geographic Journal Volume 1 Nomor 2 Maret 2018
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This study aimed to assess whether NHT cooperative learning model to improve learning outcomes of students geography. Implementation of the actions performed by 2 cycles, each cycle consists of planning, action, observation and evaluation, and reflection. Analysis using quantitative descriptive analysis. The results showed that: there is an increase in learning outcomes for implementing cooperative learning model NHT during the execution of the learning cycle I and xycle II. The everage value of the learning outcomes before deploying cooperative learning model NHT increased 68,09 after applied cooperative learning model NHT, in the first cycle is obtained mean values obtained by an average of 76,26. It can be concluded that through the application of learning models on the subjects geography of NHT can improve student learning outcomes geography class X2 SMAN 2 Watansoppeng..
Motivation Improvement and Geography Learning Results Through Inquiry Based Learning Model to Class X-A Students at SMA Frater Makassar Tirangka, Matius; Maddatuang, Maddatuang; Nyompa, Sukri
UNM Geographic Journal Volume 1 Nomor 1 September 2017
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The research aims to discover (1) the students’ learning motivation in Geography at SMA Frater Makassar, (2) the description of Geography learning results at SMA Frater Makassar, (3) the relation between the use of inquiry based learning model on the improvement of the students’ learning motivations at SMA Frater Makassar, (4) the relation between the use of inquiry based learning model on the improvement of the students’ learning results at SMA Frater Makassar. The data were collected by using observation method about the students and teachers’ activities and learning result test in each of learning cycle. The data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics analysis technique. The results of the research reveal that (1) the students’ learning motivation in Geography learning seemed to be excited, innovative, and creative in asking questions, (2) the descripton of Geography learning results in cycle I, the students’ learning results who reached classical completeness is 69 percent and in cycle II increase to 86 percent, (3) the relation of the use of inquiry based learning model, there is relation between learning model and the students’ learning motivation where inquiry based learning model emphasized more in group discussion, (4) the relation of the use of inquiry based learning model was seen in students and teachers’ activities on inquiry based learning model shows improvement.
Efforts to Increase Field Land to Plant Rice Production in The Village of Building District Buke Regency in South Konawe Amaluddin, La Ode; Awaluddin, Muhamad Asri
UNM Geographic Journal Volume 1 Nomor 2 Maret 2018
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This study aims to find out how the community efforts in improving soil fertility to stabilize rice production and inhibiting factors in its management. The benefits of this research are: a) Practical Benefits, The results of the research are expected to provide a material consideration for local governments to pay attention and provide solutions in improving the fertility of land to stabilize rice production b) Theoretical benefits To increase knowledge and experience for writers, especially in field of land resource geography regarding efforts to improve soil fertility to stabilize rice production c) Benefits to Researchers. The benefits for researchers is to increase insight and knowledge of the author on efforts to improve soil fertility to stabilize rice production. This type of research is a descriptive qualitative research. Data collection techniques in this study is to use questionnaires, interviews, documentation and observation. Informants in this study amounted to 40 people and determined at random. In a land management effort to stabilize rice production, the category is quite good with an average of 3.1 where respondents understand well how in land management to stabilize rice production. Understanding of inhibiting factors is in fairly good category with an average of 3.34 indicating that they are well aware of the inhibiting factors in land management efforts to stabilize rice production.
Factors That Influence The Change Of Mangrove Forest In South Sulawesi, Indonesia Arfan, Amal
UNM Geographic Journal Volume 1 Nomor 2 Maret 2018
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North Belopa located in Luwu regency, South Sulawesi, Indonesia has a mangrove forest area. This study aims to analyze the factors that causes the reduction of mangrove ecosystem in North Belopa. This mangrove forest has undergone extensive changes. In some areas, there are additional mangrove forests however in other areas, there is a reduction. This change is caused by either the physical or anthropogenic factors. The physical factors consist of climate, rainfall, air temperature, humidity, wind, wave and current. Meanwhile, the anthropogenic factors are the conversion of mangrove forests into ponds and garbage disposal. This anthropogenic factor leads to more reduction and dominant than physical factors. As a result, the area of mangrove forest in North Belopa experienced large transformation.
Analysis Of Debit Of Natural Tourism Flow Water Amarilis City Kendari Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara Harudu, La; Eso, Rosliana
UNM Geographic Journal Volume 1 Nomor 2 Maret 2018
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Amarilis waterfall is in the area of Forest Park (Tahura) Nipa-Nipa mountains in addition to serve as a natural tourist spot as well as upstream sources of clean water by people around the flow of waterfalls lasting ± 30 years. The problem is that in the last two years water entering the community began to blur during the rainy season and reduced, none other than the problem of discharge and many other tourism potentials to be observed by visitors. So the researchers analyzed the flow of waterfall flow Amarilis and identify the potential tourist attraction waterfalls. After measuring the flow of Amarilis waterfall flow of 0.315 m3 / sec (instantaneous measurement). Waterfalls in addition to the potential of natural tourism there is another potential that is; peak viktor camp area, flora there are various types of plants, fauna there are various types of animals and natural panorama that has the appeal of the pengujung and observe the expanse of Kendari and Kendari Bay. 
The Role of Geography Learning in Developing Conservation Character of Participant in SMA Negeri 9 Gowa Syarif, Erman -
UNM Geographic Journal Volume 1 Nomor 2 Maret 2018
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Environmental degradation that occurs in Indonesia increases dramatically lately even though there have been so many efforts to deal with. One of the conservation efforts that can be carried out is through formal education especially in geographic learning process. This study aims 1) to identify characteristic values and conservation behavior of learners, 2) to identify the obstacles and solutions in integrating characteristic values and conservation behavior in geographic learning process. This research is qualitative which employs purposive sampling method to maintain the samples meanwhile data analysis consists of data collection, data reduction, data presentation and conclusion. The results show that: 1) the characteristic values that can be integrated in the learning process consist of discipline, responsibility, environmental responsibility, honesty and creativity. 2) the obstacles in integrating characteristic values and conservation behaviors such as teachers have difficulties in delivering materials, lack of role model and the attitude and sympathy of learners to environment are less due to lack of support from parents and community. 3) solution to integrate characteristic values and conservation behaviors in geographic learning process is the head master and top management are supposed to give role model and invite the speaker or expert as well as socialization to community. Additionally, some advices might be provided consisted of 1) for teaches, they should be able to build the learner’s perspective toward conservation behavior. 2) for learners, they shall be more active, motivated and creative in learning.
The Spatial Distribution of Robberies In Makassar City Abidin, Muhammad Rais; Sideng, Uca; Arfan, Amal; Syarif, Erman; Dirawan, Gufran Darma; Azhim, Muhamad Ihsan
UNM Geographic Journal Volume 1 Nomor 2 Maret 2018
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This study aims to identify the spatial distribution of robberies in Makassar city by using crime mapping (crime analysis) through Geographic Information System in order to find a novel solution to deal with them. This study employs spatial analysis and snowball sampling to analyze and collect the data. The results show that the spatial pattern of robberies between 2015 and 2016 was cluster consisted of three categories high, medium and low crime density, and it also reveals that there was significant increase the number of robberies from 76 to 140 cases in 2015 and 2016 respectively. In addition, based on the time series analysis, it shows that in 2015 the high crime occurred in August, September, and April meanwhile the low crime was in January, October, November, and December. In 2016, the high crime was in March, September and October while medium crime happened mostly in January, April, Mei, June, July and August, and there was not low crime recorded in 2016.

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